Appropriate Step Sample Clauses

Appropriate Step. If a grievance arises from the action of authority higher than the principal and/or supervisor of a school, it may be initiated at the appropriate step of this procedure.
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  • Appropriate Safeguards BA shall implement appropriate safeguards to prevent the use or disclosure of Protected Information other than as permitted by the Contract or Addendum, including, but not limited to, administrative, physical and technical safeguards in accordance with the Security Rule, including, but not limited to, 45 C.F.R. Sections 164.308, 164.310, and 164.312. [45 C.F.R. Section 164.504(e)(2)(ii)(B); 45 C.F.R. Section 164.308(b)]. BA shall comply with the policies and procedures and documentation requirements of the Security rule, including, but not limited to, 45 C.F.R. Section 164.316 [42 U.S.C. Section 17931].

  • Appropriate forum The parties agree that the courts of England are the most appropriate and convenient courts to settle any Dispute and, accordingly, that they will not argue to the contrary.

  • Appropriate Technical and Organizational Measures SAP has implemented and will apply the technical and organizational measures set forth in Appendix 2. Customer has reviewed such measures and agrees that as to the Cloud Service selected by Customer in the Order Form the measures are appropriate taking into account the state of the art, the costs of implementation, nature, scope, context and purposes of the processing of Personal Data.

  • Collection of Taxes, Assessments and Similar Items; Servicing Accounts (a) The Master Servicer shall establish and maintain one or more accounts (the “Servicing Accounts”), into which all Escrow Payments shall be deposited and retained, and shall administer such Servicing Accounts in accordance with the Mortgage Loan documents and, if applicable, the Companion Loan documents. Any Servicing Account related to a Serviced Whole Loan shall be held for the benefit of the Certificateholders and the related Serviced Companion Noteholder collectively, but this shall not be construed to modify respective interests of either noteholder therein as set forth in the related Intercreditor Agreement. Amounts on deposit in Servicing Accounts may only be invested in accordance with the terms of the related Mortgage Loan documents or in Permitted Investments in accordance with the provisions of Section 3.06. Servicing Accounts shall be Eligible Accounts to the extent permitted by the terms of the related Mortgage Loan documents. Withdrawals of amounts so deposited from a Servicing Account may be made only to: (i) effect payment of items for which Escrow Payments were collected and comparable items; (ii) reimburse the Trustee and then the Master Servicer, if applicable, for any Servicing Advances; (iii) refund to Mortgagors any sums as may be determined to be overages; (iv) pay interest to Mortgagors on balances in the Servicing Account, if required by applicable law or the terms of the related Mortgage Loan or Companion Loan and as described below or, if not so required, to the Master Servicer; (v) after the occurrence of an event of default under the related Mortgage Loan or Companion Loan, apply amounts to the indebtedness under the applicable Mortgage Loan or Companion Loan; (vi) withdraw amounts deposited in error; (vii) pay Penalty Charges to the extent permitted by the related Mortgage Loan documents; or (viii) clear and terminate the Servicing Account at the termination of this Agreement in accordance with Section 9.01. As part of its servicing duties, the Master Servicer shall pay or cause to be paid to the Mortgagors interest on funds in Servicing Accounts, to the extent required by law or the terms of the related Mortgage Loan or Companion Loan; provided, however, that in no event shall the Master Servicer be required to remit to any Mortgagor any amounts in excess of actual net investment income or funds in the related Servicing Account. If allowed by the related Mortgage Loan documents and applicable law, the Master Servicer may charge the related Mortgagor an administrative fee for maintenance of the Servicing Accounts.

  • Apportionment and Application (i) So long as no Application Event has occurred and is continuing and except as otherwise provided herein with respect to Defaulting Lenders, all principal and interest payments received by Agent shall be apportioned ratably among the Lenders (according to the unpaid principal balance of the Obligations to which such payments relate held by each Lender) and all payments of fees and expenses received by Agent (other than fees or expenses that are for Agent’s separate account or for the separate account of Issuing Bank) shall be apportioned ratably among the Lenders having a Pro Rata Share of the type of Commitment or Obligation to which a particular fee or expense relates. Subject to Section 2.4(b)(iv), Section 2.4(d)(ii), and Section 2.4(e), all payments to be made hereunder by Borrowers shall be remitted to Agent and all such payments, and all proceeds of Collateral received by Agent, shall be applied, so long as no Application Event has occurred and is continuing and except as otherwise provided herein with respect to Defaulting Lenders, to reduce the balance of the Revolving Loans outstanding and, thereafter, to Borrowers (to be wired to the Designated Account) or such other Person entitled thereto under applicable law.

  • Presentment of Claims and Collection of Proceeds The Master Servicer shall (to the extent provided in the applicable Servicing Agreement) cause the related Servicer to, prepare and present on behalf of the Trustee and the Certificateholders all claims under the Insurance Policies and take such actions (including the negotiation, settlement, compromise or enforcement of the insured's claim) as shall be necessary to realize recovery under such policies. Any proceeds disbursed to the Master Servicer (or disbursed to a Servicer and remitted to the Master Servicer) in respect of such policies, bonds or contracts shall be promptly deposited in the Master Servicer Collection Account upon receipt, except that any amounts realized that are to be applied to the repair or restoration of the related Mortgaged Property as a condition precedent to the presentation of claims on the related Mortgage Loan to the insurer under any applicable Insurance Policy need not be so deposited (or remitted).

  • Information Collection Information collection activities performed under this award are the responsibility of the awardee, and NSF support of the project does not constitute NSF approval of the survey design, questionnaire content or information collection procedures. The awardee shall not represent to respondents that such information is being collected for or in association with the National Science Foundation or any other Government agency without the specific written approval of such information collection plan or device by the Foundation. This requirement, however, is not intended to preclude mention of NSF support of the project in response to an inquiry or acknowledgment of such support in any publication of this information.

  • Collection of Taxes, Assessments and Similar Items; Escrow Accounts (a) To the extent required by the related Mortgage Note and not violative of current law, the Master Servicer shall establish and maintain one or more accounts (each, an "Escrow Account") and deposit and retain therein all collections from the Mortgagors (or advances by the Master Servicer) for the payment of taxes, assessments, hazard insurance premiums or comparable items for the account of the Mortgagors. Nothing herein shall require the Master Servicer to compel a Mortgagor to establish an Escrow Account in violation of applicable law.

  • Assistance in Litigation or Administrative Proceedings Covered Entity shall provide written notice to Business Associate if litigation or administrative proceeding is commenced against Covered Entity, its directors, officers, or employees, based on a claimed violation by Business Associate of HIPAA, the HIPAA Rules or other laws relating to security and privacy or PHI. Upon receipt of such notice and to the extent requested by Covered Entity, Business Associate shall, and shall cause its employees, Subcontractors, or agents assisting Business Associate in the performance of its obligations under the Contract to, assist Covered Entity in the defense of such litigation or proceedings. Business Associate shall, and shall cause its employees, Subcontractor’s and agents to, provide assistance, to Covered Entity, which may include testifying as a witness at such proceedings. Business Associate or any of its employees, Subcontractors or agents shall not be required to provide such assistance if Business Associate is a named adverse party.

  • Grievance Procedure Steps The grievance procedure shall consist of the following steps, each of which must be completed prior to any request for further consideration of the matter. However, the County and Association may agree to start the grievance procedure at any step on issues involving Association rights, or harassment. Further, County management is required at all formal levels of the grievance procedure to consult with the Director of Human Resources, or his/her designee concerning the relationship of the grievance to Federal, State, or County law, resolution or minute order or Memorandum of Understanding to the employee's wages, hours or conditions of employment. The Director of Human Resources shall also provide advice as to the effect of any proposed grievance settlement on other County departments. No grievance resolution shall be final until this consultation step has been completed. Time limits set forth herein are not waived pending consultation with the Director of Human Resources or his/her designee. Prior to filing the formal grievance pursuant to Step 1 below, the employee is required to informally discuss the matter with their supervisor to determine if the issue may be resolved. If the supervisor, however, is not available to meet with the employee or does not respond within five (5) days, the employee mayformally file the grievance in accordance with Step 1 or 2 below, whichever is appropriate. If an employee fails to informally discuss the matter with their supervisor as outlined above, the grievance may not be advanced to the written formal level. NOTE: A grievance must be submitted formally in writing to Step 1, if such option exists, or to Step 2, if Step 1 option does not exist, within fifteen (15) days of the occurrence or the employee’s knowledge of the occurrence which gives rise to the grievance.